about this is, you know, so much of our vision of war is good guy, bad guys. and in an event like this, you really see the nuances of... you are embedded with afghan soldiers that you are training, and they're the ones that are supposedly taking the lead in this battle. >> yeah, you know, we're supposed to be advising them on it. it's kind of like with, hey, you know, it would be good, what do you think about moving this cup over here? >> probably not a good idea. >> what do you think if we move this cup this way a little bit. great idea. good idea. >> jon: so they're in the lead. >> yeah. >> jon: it's cup moving watch. >> yeah, whatever. so anyway, we went in. we finally went in, and when we got in there, it was... you take your worst day you could ever imagine and multiply it by a million and we just started laughing. me and rod were laughing. i could hear him over the headset. he was driving. he was laughing. >> jon: he's driving and he's up on a tourette. and you got yourself a 50 cal?